In addition to the Michelle Cuozzo Borisenok ’80 House and the Veteran Residence, there are a few other spaces that have undergone a transition at Saint Rose recently.
Whether they inject a shot of pride, let students live their passions, or help faculty better prepare students to enter their career fields, these spaces are all important to the everyday life at Saint Rose.
Court’s in Session
The Saint Rose mock trial teams now have a place to practice for competitions, law school, and beyond with the new the Honorable Loretta A. Preska ’70 Mock Trial Courtroom. In November of 2018, Saint Rose held a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the space, which is located in Albertus Hall and has all the trimmings of an actual courtroom— minus a jury. It was made possible by generous donors, including Preska and her husband, Thomas J. Kavaler, Esq.
Music Venue Glow-Up
Saint Rose music students received an #upgrade in February of 2019 when the College opened its newly-renovated rehearsal and performance space Studio G3. The venue now includes cutting-edge sound, lighting, video capabilities, and a new steel balcony. The space is located in the Hearst Center for Communications and Interactive Media and was made possible by Saint Rose Trustee George R. Hearst III and The Little Red School House Fund of The Community Foundation of the Greater Capital Region.
EAC Extreme Makeover
Our Events and Athletics Center got a bright reboot – think lots of Saint Rose gold – last summer, and the backdrop has set the stage for many, many selfies. Our photo wall in the main lounge showcases the many faces that make Saint Rose a special place to be. The change helps current students feel some college spirit, while prospective students touring campus get a sunny welcome to their future HOME. (P.S. The Starbucks did its own makeover, too.)